The Family That Dines Together Shines Together

Preserving national and religious identity and practices can begin with the promotion of family dinner.

A secret to the popular CBS police procedural “Blue Bloods,” which is now in its 13th season, lies not in the precinct but in the dining room.

The show’s family meal scenes, which take six to eight hours to film, usually portray the Reagan clan locked in argument as they break bread together, a feature that audiences find especially appealing.

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